Book DetailAuthor: Alexander Cooper Publisher: BookSummaryGr ISBN: Category : Political Science Languages : en Pages :
American Marxism - A Comprehensive Summary Mark distinguishes the origin of this danger — Marxism — as the evil, idealistic philosophy "liable for the subjugation, impoverishment, torment, and demise of untold millions." But he goes further and conveniently labels the specific brand of this threat as "American Marxism": "the application and adaption of center Marxist lessons to American culture and culture." What makes the traditionalists especially perilous is their modern methods of misshaping language, camouflaging their actual expectation with beguiling doublespeak to incapacitate nationalists and work with their plan to generally change this country into something unrecognizable to its authors and entirely unsuitable to all who value and worship the sublime American trial in self-administration. They've called themselves "reformists," "social activists," and other harmless-sounding titles since they know that Americans still reject Marxism by the grace of God. All the more as of late, they work under such associations as Black Lives Matter, shrouding their enmity of industrialist plans in a veneer of racial, ecological, or sexual equity. They have foisted their once-scorned idea of basic race hypothesis into the cutting edge of our lives, constraining this perilous way of thinking into standard cultural acknowledgment. Race turmoil isn't their lone weapon. They've accomplished significant headway of their plan through disruptive class fighting, which energizes their ruinous arrangements of profane shortage spending, exorbitant tax assessment, and runaway administrative and regulatory guideline. Their bold work of character governmental issues is only one of numerous bolts in their quiver. They extend their munitions stockpile to guarantee that specific difficulties won't conclusively ruin their plan. To support their bases, they elevate extra-constitutional plans to squash their resistance through apparently lawful means, for example, changing the democratic principles to fix the battleground for their up-and-comers. For the sake of saving our vote-based cycles, they distort them — disappointing individuals while professing to secure their democratic rights. We saw this on the front pages recently when President Joe Biden ludicrously contended that such political race uprightness measures as citizen ID were the best danger to the American vote-based system since the Civil War. He likewise scored a twofer, as he summoned race — repeating his party’s position that these laws are another type of terrible Jim Crow enactment. Anybody with half a brain perceives that taking out the necessity of demonstrating one's way of life as a condition to casting a ballot obliterates instead of shields the respectability of the political decision measure. Anybody with an atom of wisdom comprehends that to compare citizen ID laws to suppression of the Black vote is the most exceedingly terrible sort of belittling affront to Black electors, who these revolutionaries infer aren't equipped for outfitting evidence of their own character. To be continued... Here is a Preview of What You Will Get: ⁃ A Full Book Summary ⁃ An Analysis ⁃ Fun quizzes ⁃ Quiz Answers ⁃ Etc Get a copy of this summary and learn about the book.
Book DetailAuthor: Peter cuomo Publisher: Peter Cuomo ISBN: Category : Study Aids Languages : en Pages : 30
Complete summary of Mark R. Levin's book American Marxism with pros and cons. Levin explains how the core elements of Marxist ideology are now pervasive in American society and culture—from the press, our schools, and corporations to the Democratic Party, Hollywood, and the Biden presidency—and how it is often cloaked in deceptive labels like "democratic socialism", "progressivism", "social activism," and more in his book American Marxism.
Book DetailAuthor: Quick Savant Publisher: Quick Savant ISBN: Category : Political Science Languages : en Pages : 75
Warning! This is a summary and illustrated study aid for Mark Levin's book, American Marxim. It is not the original book, but your thoughts and feelings about the United States and the rest of the world will change forever. There is so much to learn of the current state of affairs that is censored by the mainstream elites. Levin discusses how the problems he warned about in his “timely but timeless” book Liberty and Tyranny have come to pass. Levin’s 2009 manifesto Liberty and Tyranny energized conservatives by offering a philosophical, historical, and practical foundation for stopping the liberal attack on Constitution-based principles. We were on the brink of losing our freedoms when that book came out, and we’re still paying the price. With names like “progressivism,” “democratic socialism,” “social activism,” and more, Levin shows how the basic components of Marxist ideology are now widespread in American society and culture. "Marxism" is synonymous with communism. As usual, Levin delves into these groups’ psychology and methods, including extensive student indoctrination, the anti-American goals of Critical Race Theory and the Green New Deal, and the rise of repression and censorship to compel compliance. And he offers us some solutions and suggestions on how to face them. Communism means to destroy society and its identity forever and to steal its wealth. The goal is a totalitarian elite making up self-serving laws and policies. “The counter-revolution against the American Revolution is in full force,” says Levin. Undeniable, it consumes our society and culture, permeating our politics, schools, media, and entertainment. Levin tries to mobilize Americans to preserve their liberties.
Book DetailAuthor: Milkyway Media Publisher: Milkyway Media ISBN: Category : Study Aids Languages : en Pages :
Buy now to get the main key ideas from Mark R. Levin's American Marxism With American Marxism (2021), Mark R. Levin aims to awaken millions of patriotic Americans to the reality of Marxist influences that are rapidly taking over the United States. He finds that the Marxist movement is not a temporary fad, but is pervasive in attempting to destroy American society and overthrow the country altogether. Levin asserts that most Americans are unaware of the way Marxists operate, so he has gathered evidence to expose them, using their own activities, writings, and arguments against them. He then issues a call to tactical actions that can be taken so that, with the help of an aware nation, their attempt at tyranny will fail.
Book DetailAuthor: Paul Buhle Publisher: Verso Books ISBN: 1781680159 Category : Political Science Languages : en Pages : 348
A crown jewel of New Left historiography, this overview of U.S. Marxism was hailed on its first publication for its nuanced storytelling, balance and incredible sweep. Brimming over with archival finds and buoyed by the recollections of witnesses and participants in the radical movements of decades past, Marxism in the United States includes fascinating accounts of the immigrant socialism of the nineteenth century, the formation of the CPUSA in the wake of the Bolshevik Revolution, the rise of American communism and of the hugely influential Popular Front in the 1920s and ’30s, the crisis and split of the ’50s, and the revival of Marxism in the ’60s and ’70s. This revised and updated edition also takes into account the last quartercentury of life in the U.S., bringing the story of American Marxism up to the present. With today’s resurgent interest in radicalism, this new edition provides an unparalleled guide to 150 years of American left history.
Book DetailAuthor: José M. Aricó Publisher: BRILL ISBN: 9004256350 Category : Political Science Languages : en Pages : 206
José Aricó explores why Latin-American reality was apparently 'excluded' from Marx's thought. Identifying the contradictions in Marx's attitude to 'peripheral' countries, Aricó challenges charges of 'Eurocentrism', demonstrating how Marx's hostility to Simón Bolívar's 'Bonapartism' coloured his attitude towards the continent.
Book DetailAuthor: Bruno Bosteels Publisher: Verso Books ISBN: 1844677559 Category : Political Science Languages : en Pages : 336
This book assesses the untimely relevance of Marx and Freud for Latin America, thinkers alien to the region who became an inspiration to its beleaguered activists, intellectuals, writers and artists during times of political and cultural oppression. Bruno Bosteels presents ten case studies arguing that art and literature—the novel, poetry, theatre, film—more than any militant tract or theoretical essay, can give us a glimpse into Marxism and psychoanalysis, not so much as sciences of history or of the unconscious, respectively, but rather as two intricately related modes of understanding the formation of subjectivity.
Book DetailAuthor: August H. Nimtz Jr. Publisher: Lexington Books ISBN: 073915754X Category : Philosophy Languages : en Pages : 314
While Alexis de Tocqueville described America as the 'absolute democracy,' Karl Marx saw the nation as a 'defiled republic' so long as it permitted the enslavement of blacks. In this insightful political history, Nimtz argues that Marx and his partner, Frederick Engels, had a far more acute and insightful reading of American democracy than Tocqueville because they recognized that the overthrow of slavery and the cessation of racial oppression were central to its realization. Nimtz's account contrasts both the writings and the civil action of Tocqueville, Marx and Engels, noting that Marx and Engels actively mobilized the German-American community in opposition to the slavocracy prior to the Civil War, and that Marx heavily supported the Union cause. This potent and insightful investigation into the approaches of two major thinkers provides fresh insight into past and present debates about race and democracy in America.